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Anna Karenina (1997) [Italia] [DVD]

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Russia, 1880. Alla stazione di Mosca il giovane ufficiale Vronsky, che aspetta l'arrivo della madre, incontra il suo amico Stiva in attesa della sorella Anna. Vronsky la incrocia inavvertitamente e ne è affascinato. Ma Anna è moglie di Karenin, alto ufficiale dello Stato, ed ha un figlio piccolo Seriozha.

Detalles del producto

  • Actores: Sean Bean, James Fox, Phyllida Law, Sophie Marceau, Alfred Molina
  • Directores: Bernard Rose
  • Formato: DVD, PAL, Pantalla ancha, Importación
  • Audio: Italiano (Dolby Digital 2.0), Inglés (Dolby Digital 2.0)
  • Subtítulos: Italiano
  • Región: Región 2 (Más información sobre Formatos de DVD.)
  • Relación de aspecto: 16:9
  • Número de discos: 1
  • Calificación FSK: Desconocido. No se nos ha facilitado la calificación española por edades (ICAA), pero puedes consultarla en la página oficial del ICAA. Las calificaciones por edad y/o versiones de otros países no siempre coinciden con la española. Más información sobre las diferentes calificaciones por edad.
  • Estudio: Medusa Video
  • Duración: 97 minutos
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas  Ver todas las opiniones (2 opiniones de clientes)
  • ASIN: B0041KWH4C
  • Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº142.595 en Cine y Series TV (Ver el Top 100 en Cine y Series TV)

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Este fue un regalo para mi tio, supongo que le encanto ya que no me ha dicho nada, muchas gracias!
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Porque de una vez por todas no nos dan la oportunidad de ver y elegir en que idioma puedo ver una película? . Cuando será el día en que incorporen los subtitulos en español de las peliculas? . Con razón los españoles hablan pésimo el Ingles y los pocos que hablan lo hablan muy mal.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas COMPARISON OF 6 VERSIONS OF KARENINA --- with links 7 de julio de 2014
Por MyD -- The Viewpoint - Publicado en
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS TO LOOK AT! STAR STUDDED - Though acting a little uneven

1997 version with Sophie Marceau and Sean Bean
This adaptation is perhaps the most visually stunning of the serious adaptations. I consider the recent version with Keira Knightly an art piece separate but listed below. This version incorporates real scenery rather than set artwork. The pastoral countryside, the palaces and country houses, the artistic cinematography, the imagery is just incredible. From Kitty's red coat against the white snow, the white lily's against green grass of a country palace, or the kiss after Levin's second proposal framed in a staircase under a massive stone archway (huge urns on each side, the light coming from the background creating negative space up front). As stunning as these scenes appear, they are seemingly natural to the flow rather than distractingly artistic. I felt the imagery even paid a little homage to the famous paintings by James Tissot which illustrate famous editions of Anna Karenina. Surely the art director had seen them. I included a few screen shots below, but they don't do full justice.

Almost every single character in this movie is played by a recognizable star. This is a strength and a weakness. The accents are a little uneven as the all-star cast doesn't come together in a cohesive whole. You will hear everything including British, American, Canadian, French and Russian accents. Noticeably so. Despite the stars, not all the acting is that strong as big names seem to be more important than proper casting for character. Plot flow can be choppy as expected for such a long book squeezed into a short movie. Picture quality was surprisingly good for an old DVD. Someday this will make an amazing Blu Ray transfer and hopefully they can add footage to flesh it out better than the original cut. Still highly recommended with caveats.

BRIEF COMPARISONS TO OTHER EDITIONS with links to the product (this list is not comprehensive and I apologize if a favored version is not represented. I already watched nearly 24 hrs of video not counting research and writing!) This list is not in order of precedence and each version has merits. You can see slightly more detailed versions of my reviews like the paragraph above by going to each product page.

1977 BBC Mini Series Anna Karenina with Nicola Pagett
The Gold Standard of adaptations even after so many years. Despite the 70's BBC acting style, this version has aged well with tremendous faithfulness to the book and ideas behind it. Performances are melodramatic to today's audience, but so good they are relevant. It is still my favorite rendition. You must be up for nearly 10 hrs worth of story though.

2000 Materpiece Theater Masterpiece Classic: Anna Karenina, Part 1 with Helen McCrory and Kevin McKidd
This version is the next longest I viewed and fairly faithful to the plot and spirit of the book. The acting style is more natural (less stage play melodramatic) and the entire focus seems to be on a realistic portrayal. Lead actors less compelling than I would have liked. This version will still be some peoples' favorite. It is not mine.

1948 Anna Karenina with Vivien Leigh and Kieron Moore
Classic black and white is a different style and shouldn't be compared too critically with modern adaptations. It has the charm of a golden age of cinema. Leigh is perhaps still the most elegant Anna and Kieron Moore the most dashing Vronsky after all this time.

1985 TV Movie Anna Karenina with Jacqueline Bisset and Christopher Reeve
Shortened or edited version is somewhat lifeless though the flow is less choppy than other adaptations. Badly in need of a restoration in video/sound quality and return of the lost footage not found in any copies I know of.

2012 Art film by Joe Wright Anna Karenina with Kiera Knightly
This is not for Tolstoy traditionalists! However, the stunning visuals and choreographed set pieces really are brilliant. It is set like a stage play and tends to swirl around a lot. I hated it the first time because I wanted something else. Understanding it better, I like it more.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Every scene was a gem 30 de junio de 2016
Por Robert Avant - Publicado en
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
I have watched it three times. Everything is perfect -- acting, casting, music, location shooting in St. Petersburg. Some scenes, like the peasant women singing as they bring in the harvest, are moving beyond words. Every detail is perfect. Tolstoy would have been happy. Steva's wedding was gorgeous. Every scene was a gem.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A visual masterpiece 14 de junio de 2008
Por Eugene Henderson - Publicado en
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
One of the most visualy stunning costume dramas I have ever seen! Every thing is so beautifu the actors, the costumes which deserved an oscar nomination, the authentic russian sets and a great score. Sophie Marceau is beautiful as Anna but lacks the acting ability to play such a complex character. Sean Bean as Vronsky and Sophie Marceau have great chemistry. The film has sparks of greatness but fails. Some scenes like the ball scence and Anna's death are beautifuly shot and succeed and most others just seem lukewarm. Levin story is cut to only to a few minutes they probably should have not included him and just focused on Anna's story in my opinion. It pains me to say this but the film is wort buying if only for the visuals. I watch my copy on mute most of the time listing to Air.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Brilliantly Done! 12 de junio de 2005
Por J. A. Wright - Publicado en
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I absolutely love this film. I have watched it at least a dozen times. Sean Bean and Sophie Mareau are marvelous in their roles. The main supporting actors are also perfectly cast in the parts they play. Every bit of the film is crafted with particular care from start to finish.

The book by Tolstoy is so long, it is brilliant that this film deals with not all of the themes, but centers on the relationships of 3 main couples. A secondary theme is the contrast between false piety displayed by Anna's husband and his friend the self-righteous and self-serving countess, and true piety which grows in the character of Dimitri and his relationship with Kitty. In the end, the unfaithful lovers pay the price for their wilfulness, but even the tragic ending is beautifully played out in the acting and in the way the scene is staged.

All in all the ballroom scene is my favorite. The costumes, the setting, the dancing are superb.

You will love this film.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas The Most Beautiful Production 21 de febrero de 2005
Por Donegal Dan - Publicado en
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It's been a long time since I read the book and I think this film takes some liberties with it, but I don't care. I enjoyed it purely as a "doomed love" story. I liked this better than any other version of Anna Karenina that I have seen, primarly because of the beautiful cinematography, the glorious music, the extravagantly beautiful interiors and the presence of Sean Bean, who has to be the sexiest Vronsky of all time. Sophie Marceau was not a bad Anna and at least, unlike some versions I have seen, it wasn't hard to see why she would inspire Vronsky's obsession. And the ballroom scene was one of the most beautiful and sweepingly romantic I have ever seen. There was a little too much of the Kitty/Levin relationship and Levin's voiceover ramblings were at points pretty boring but the movie overall is really a jewel in every way--very romantic, two beautiful protagonists, exotic settings and a score second to none.

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